Seminars on migration to New Zealand
ProX New Zealand Ltd will host five information seminars free in
Colombo, Kandy and Kurunegala. The first of these seminars is an
exclusive one for one of the pioneer Government-owned tertiary education
providers in New Zealand, the Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology
(NMIT), ProX said in a press release.
NMIT was set up in 1904 and is classed as a category one provider by
the New Zealand Qualification Authority (NZQA). There are over 30 Sri
Lankan students studying at NMIT at present. NMIT signed an exclusive
MoU with CIMA Sri Lanka (facilitated by Pro X) in 2014.In 2015 NMIT with
the assistance of Pro X, appointed the legendary cricketer Mahela
Jayawardena as their Brand ambassador for Sri Lanka.
In the latter part of 2015, Mahela visited the NMIT Nelson campus and
witnessed the world class education and training facilities on offer.
NMIT cookery school named a cocktail in honour of Mahela as 'cover
drive' during this visit.
International Marketing Director of NMIT, Virginia Watson will make a
presentation at the free information seminar in Colombo on May 7 and
meet prospective students. She will also attend the two seminars in
Kandy and Kurunegala on May 8.
International Marketing Manager (India) of New Zealand Tertiary
College (NZTC) Sanjay Jain will conduct the second seminar on May 7 in
Colombo that will be followed by seminars in Kandy and Kurunegala on May
8. Last free seminar of the series is for prospective migrants and will
be held in Colombo on May 14. This seminar will be conducted by the
visiting Chairman of Pro X New Zealand Ltd who is a New Zealand
Government authorised licensed immigration adviser.
Pro X New Zealand is a family-owned business incorporated in New
Zealand by a Sri Lankan migrant family. In Sri Lanka, Pro X has offices
in Colombo and Kandy with educationalist Sanjeewa Bamberenda heading the